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10 Best Sportsbooks in Las Vegas

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Las Vegas is not only the gambling capital for its sheer volume of casino games. Flashing slot machines, throwing dice at a craps game or playing high stakes poker are some of the classic images of Las Vegas. But this city also is home to some of the best sportsbooks in the world. A lot of casinos have gone through tremendous effort to develop their own classy sports lounges, where you can watch many games. These range from smaller, boutique, sports betting bars to massive auditoriums, with an almost cinematic sports betting experience. Here, we will go through some of the most popular sportsbooks in Sin City, and highlight their main features.

1. Circa Las Vegas Sportsbook

circa sportsbook las vegas

Circa Resort is located on Fremont Street, in downtown Las Vegas. It is not far away from the Las Vegas Strip and the street has a number of casino hotels on it. Circa Resort has the biggest sportsbook in Vegas, with space for 1,000 bettors to sit and make their predictions. It is not so much a sports lounge as it is a stadium, built for the purpose of giving sports bettors a “cinematic” betting experience. Circa Sportsbook is spread out across 3 levels and includes bar top games on levels 2 and 3. The sports betting odds are provided by Circa Sports, and there are 3 restaurants within the sports lounge. To add to that, the Stadium Swim is an outdoor pool facility, where you can also make your bets.

When your games are finished, you can head from the sportsbook straight into Circa Casino. It is not as large as the sportsbook, but there are enough games and excitement to go around. 

  • 8,000 square foot casino
  • 1,350 slots
  • 55 table games
  • 138 bar top games and 55 high limit slots

2. Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook

westgate sportsbook las vegas

Westgate Resort is just off The Strip, behind Fontainebleau Resort. The SuperBook sportsbook is the same size as Circa Sportsbook: 30,000 square feet big. It has a capacity for 350 people and a 220'x18′ 4K video wall, which displays all the odds and events. All the odds are provided by SuperBook, and bettors can also use the app to make bet slips and form their wagers. There are VIP options in the sportsbook too. The Super Select Seating comes with recliner seats, draft tables, pods, and much more.

This resort has a wide range of facilities to offer its guests. The casino is specifically interesting. It is not as large as other casinos on The Strip, but it has a great variety of games. These include tonnes of branded slots, progressives, and some high-paying video poker machines.

  • 55,000 square foot casino
  • 575 slots
  • 38 table games
  • 10 poker tables

3. The Linq Race & Sportsbook

the linq sportsbook las vegas

The Linq sits in the heart of The Las Vegas Strip, next to establishments such as The Mirage, The Cromwell and The Venetian. Owned by Caesars Entertainment, it has a sportsbook with bets provided by Caesars Sportsbook. It is a highly technologically advanced sportsbook, and one of its signature attractions is the Fan Caves. Within these caves, guests can play sports video games on game consoles and even use VR headsets. The sportsbook is designed to attract younger sports bettors. It also has some good dining options and a wide selection of draft beers.

From Fan Caves to slots, Linq provides tonnes of entertainment. The casino has a large variety of gaming machines, with denominations from 1 cent up to $25. There are also poker tables where you can play four types of poker games.

  • 33,000 square foot casino
  • 675 slots
  • 35 table games
  • Fan Cave Game consoles and VR headsets

4. Caesars Palace Race & Sportsbook

caesars palace sportsbook las vegas

Caesars Palace is arguably the most famous casino resort in Las Vegas. It is located in the centre of the Las Vegas Strip, amongst many other huge establishments. The sportsbook at Caesars, called The Home of Champions, is a fantastic place for sports bettors to go to. Punters can pick out any of the comfy armchairs and enjoy all the games in the most luxurious surroundings. It features a 143′ long HD LED screen with a cutting-edge surround sound system. There are 13 betting windows and 140 luxury seats for guests, but they can also sit at the bar, where there are loads of screens too. From NFL bets to races and more, the bets are provided by Caesars Sportsbook and members of Caesars can also use their mobile apps.

After the games have finished and you want to hit some games, you can head on to the casino. It easily ranks amongst the largest casinos on The Strip and has games for everyone. Whether you want to play the latest slots, a classic game of craps, or hit a high stakes poker game, Caesars is the place to be.

  • 120,000 square foot casino
  • 1,320 slot machines
  • 185 table games
  • Daily poker tournaments starting from $100

5. Wynn Las Vegas Race & Sportsbook

wynn sportsbook las vegas

Wynn Las Vegas is a luxury resort on the Vegas Strip that has two massive towers. The Wynn and Encore are both huge hotel resorts, with lots of shared amenities. One of those is the Wynn Sportsbook, which is both classy and high-tech. You can come here and view virtually any sport you want and place a bet on the WynnBet Sportsbook platform. It has a 1,600 square foot wraparound LED screen and numerous other screens hanging around the main lounge. Nearby, there is Charlie's Sports Bar, which has 16 beers on tap and a long list of craft brews. You can also tuck into a Philly steak sandwich, an all-beef Chicago dog, or numerous other classic American meals here.

After a good game, a delicious meal (and hopefully a big win), you can continue the fun at Wynn's casino. It has really got everything, with a variety of poker games, gaming machines and tables. Slots here range from 1 cent a spin up to $1,000, which suits players of all budgets.

  • 111,000 square foot casino
  • 1,800 slots
  • 165 table games
  • 27 live poker tables

6. The Cosmopolitan Race & Sportsbook

the cosmopolitan sportsbook las vegas

The Cosmopolitan is a towering glass hotel and resort that sits next to the Bellagio on The Las Vegas Strip. The Sportsbook, which is operated by BetMGM, has dozens of TVs and video poker machines to keep visitors entertained. It shows games and races from many different sports, but special attention is put on American football. You can catch all the action, from Thursday Night Football to the games on Monday night. In fact, you can get even more games here, with coverage of college football and pro football games. The sportsbook is packed with betting markets for all of these games, and with the app, you can place all your bets live too.

In addition to its sportsbook, The Cosmopolitan has a sizeable casino. Instead of slot aisles, there are slot islands, and chandeliers hang down all over the casino floor space. There are frequent tournaments, and not just for poker players but slots too.

  • 100,000 square foot casino
  • 1,300 slots
  • 80 table games
  • 5 poker tables

7. The Venetian Race & Sportsbook

The Venetian sits between the Palazzo and Harrah's on the Vegas Strip. Within this resort, is Yahoo Sportsbook, a lounge where sports bettors can live out all their wildest fantasies. There are numerous betting stations located across the Sportsbook, and plenty of TVs and screens to watch all the games. The main feature is a 1,700 square foot display that can play up to 40 different events at the same time. There are also some exclusive Fan Caves too, where you can watch the games privately. Each cave has a 98″ TV and can play 8 games simultaneously.  If you get peckish during a race or game, you can try out the Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer kitchen, or the Asian cuisine from Noodle Asia.

The sportsbook here is fantastic, but so is the casino, and all of its games. Try out The Venetian Poker Room for a wide range of poker cash games, or try out any of the electronic table games and slots. There are heaps of games to play at this magnificent casino.

  • 120,000 square foot casino
  • 1,900 slots and gaming machines
  • 60 table games and 250 games
  • The Venetian Poker Room, with tournaments and cash games

8. MGM Grand Race & Sportsbook

mgm grand sportsbook las vegas

MGM Grand resort is a bit further down the Strip, at the Tropicana intersection. The resort has a fantastic sportsbook, with bets provided by BetMGM. It has seating for 104 visitors and over 50 large HD displays. It can play over 50 games at the same time and always covers the four major sports in the US. Then, it will play events from NASCAR, MMA, soccer, golf, tennis, and horse racing. If you are looking for a more exclusive experience, you can rent one of the Skyboxes. These can fit 10-30 guests, depending on the Skybox you pick, and have their own beverage servers.

The sportsbook is certainly top-notch here, as is the Casino. The casino has one of the largest slots and poker collections and is famous for giving out massive payouts. There are progressive slots starting from $5 a spin, with prizes over $500,000. For poker enthusiasts, there are 4 daily tournaments to catch, with buy-ins starting from $100.

  • 171,000 square foot casino
  • 1,700 slots
  • 160 table games
  • 13 poker tables

9. The Mirage Race & Sportsbook

the mirage sportsbook las vegas

The Mirage, which is owned by Hard Rock Hotel, is on the Las Vegas Strip. This casino resort has a Polynesian theme and lots of green spaces to stand out from its rival resorts. The Mirage has quite a humble sportsbook, compared with the other entries on this list. Powered by BetMGM, this sportsbook is near the South entrance of the resort and also features a California Pizza Kitchen and Diablo's Cantina. Horse racing bettors, this is the place for you as it provides complimentary drinks with your horse racing bets. The 10,000 square foot betting area can seat 200 guests and has a racebook area. This racebook area has 48 racing monitors for bettors to sit at in comfort.

The Casino at The Mirage has it all. You can check into slots and play for a cent or go up to $1,000 per spin, and try out all the popular casino table games. There is a special high limit lounge too, which includes Baccarat, Blackjack and Video Poker.

  • 90,000 square foot casino
  • 2,300 slots
  • 115 table games
  • High stakes video poker

10. Bellagio Race & Sportsbook

bellagio sportsbook las vegas

Bellagio Casino Resort is smack bang in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. It combines classic architecture with chic contemporary design and has one of the most exciting sportsbooks on the Strip. Powered by BetMGM, the sportsbook is 5,6000 square feet big and has tonnes of features. Fans of horse racing can sit down at any of the 99 individual racing monitors or check out the action on 7 large screens. There are 6 large displays for sports and 38 flat screens spread out across the book. At this smaller sportsbook, you will never miss out on any of the action and can get some great prices on your bets. With cocktail service and a wide array of refreshing snacks, you can sit here for long sports betting sessions.

Bellagio is also famous for its opulent casino. Just like the building itself, it feels both classic and modern, with a large selection of top games to try out. The Bellagio Slot Tournament is a must for one-armed-bandit fans. These tournaments have prizes ranging from $100,000 to over $2 million.

  • 156,000 square foot casino
  • 2,300 slots and video poker machines
  • 135 table games
  • 40 poker tables with two high limit areas


There are some exceptional sportsbooks awaiting eager bettors in Las Vegas. Though most casinos concentrate more on their game collection, this does not take away too much from the sports betting experience here. You can check into any of these and take your piece of the action, hopefully hitting some big wins.

It is especially memorable when there are big games or competitions. Be sure to book your place in advance so that you will have somewhere to sit. If you want to take it further, a lot of these sportsbooks also have special VIP programs for an unforgettable experience.

Lloyd is passionate about online gambling, he lives and breathes blackjack and other table games, and he enjoys sports betting.